Kpop is the newest genre of music that has taken over the world. It has been sweeping the nation and is rapidly gaining popularity in America. Kpop is a genre of music that is typically sung in Korean, but there are many groups that sing in other languages. There are some Kpop songs that have been released that are unforgettable to some people. Here are ten Kpop songs that you will never forget.
I Need U – BTS
This song is the lead single from BTS’s second full-length album, “Wings.” It was released on November 24, 2016, and is the group’s most successful single to date. The song reached number one on Gaon's Digital and Download charts and is currently the best-performing single of 2017 in Korea. I Need U also topped iTunes charts in 39 countries and reached number eight on Billboard's US World Digital Songs chart.
Fire – BTS
BTS (Bangtan Boys) is a South Korean boy group that debuted in 2013. They are known for their large social media presence and their music, which includes hip-hop, EDM, pop and rock. The band consists of seven members: Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V and Jungkook. Their song "Fire" has been featured on the US Billboard charts.
What Is Love? – EXO
The song is about a man who has been hurt by love and is questioning whether it exists. The answer to the question is given in the chorus, where the man sings "What is love? I don't know but I want it, what is love? I can't tell but I need it."
The song is a remake of a 1990s song by the same name.
"Gangnam Style" by Psy
Psy's "Gangnam Style" is one of the most popular K-pop songs of all time. The song was released in July 2012 and quickly became a viral sensation. The song was ranked first on YouTube's list of most watched videos in 2012, with over 2.15 billion views. "Gangnam Style" was also nominated for Best Video at the 2013 MTV Europe Music Awards.
"Fire" by SHINee
"Fire" is a song by SHINee, a South Korean boy band. It was released on January 30, 2013 as the lead single of their third Japanese studio album. The song was written by Kenzie and composed by Shinjiroh Inoue.
"Fire" is one of the best songs that I've heard. It's very catchy and I can't stop listening to it. The song is about a guy who's in love with a girl who doesn't feel the same way about him. He wants her to love him, but she doesn't. The song is about him trying to convince her to love him and telling her that he's always waiting for her.
"Gee" by Girls' Generation
"Gee" by Girls' Generation is a song that I will never forget. The song is about a girl who is in love with a guy but doesn't know how to express her feelings. It's a cute, catchy song that I can listen to over and over again.
"I Got a Boy" by Girls' Generation
"I Got a Boy" is a song by Girls' Generation and it was released on January 1, 2013. It's the ninth Korean single and the first Korean album released by the group. The song was written and produced by Teddy Riley. It has been described as "a genre-defying song that combines elements of hip-hop, dance, R&B, and pop."
"No More Dream" by 2NE1
2NE1 is a South Korean girl group that debuted in 2009. The group consists of four members: CL, Minzy, Dara, and Bom. They are known for their catchy tunes and powerful performances. "No More Dream" was released in 2011 as their debut Japanese single. The song has a pop-rock feel with its use of synthesizers and electric guitars. The lyrics are about the dream of becoming a singer being over.
"I'm Fine" by iKON
This song is by iKON, a group that debuted in 2015 and is still going strong. It's a song about not wanting to be pitied and the lyrics are pretty powerful. It's a good reminder that we should feel comfortable talking about our emotions and not let others dictate how we feel about ourselves.
"I'll Be There" by Shinhwa
"I'll Be There" is a song by Shinhwa, a South Korean boy band. It was released in 2003 and is one of the most popular songs in the KPOP genre. The song was written by Shin Hye-sung and composed by Lee Min-ho. The lyrics are about a man who tries to win back his lover. The song's chorus features an English phrase "I'll be there."